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Love Revolution Issue

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The Mistaken Identity of Self-Love

by Graciious Tapfuma “One day, our Mothers may ask ‘Who do you love completely?’ and we may grow to respond ‘Ourselves. Ourselves. Our lovely selves.’” Upile Chisala Thirty-three days before my 23rd birthday, I started what I now see as a life-transforming…

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Viva La Revolution

by Kerry Lee When I think of the word “revolution”, I think of the French. While the French Revolution was a bloody affair, it shaped French politics and gave the common citizen a sense of self-determination through the creation of France’s…

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Love or Hatred

by Joshua Sutari When we hear the word religion, the first thing that comes to our mind is God. It is then followed by love, peace, worship, and prayers. There are many religions around the world, and it’s getting hard…

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The Yule Ball

by Carl Salas Platform 9 & 3/4 was about to close… This year, we had the pleasure of hosting the Architecture Ball and has extended the invite to our fellow architecture students at the University of Auckland. The theme was The…

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Going the Distance

by  Erandi Ortiz People usually get surprised when they find out that I’ve been in a relationship with my boyfriend for six years. To be honest with you, I don’t really understand why. Is it really that impressive for young…

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